Non-decision 2012

Non-decision 2012
A ballot that was pulled for review due to improper marking is shown at King County's ballot processing facility Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, in Renton, Wash. In this case, the ballot could not be read by machine, but workers will manually record the intentions of the voter. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

The election may be over but with the last of the ballots still being counted we're getting a better idea of who voted and why some races went the way they did. Republican Consultant Chris Vance joined us on the KOMO Afternoon News to explain why who voted may not have mattered as much as who didn't.